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in the direction of healthcare agencies and hospital chapels. just /trao*euing trying to improve the environment so people using those spaces had a better quality of life while they're here. i've met amazing people and amazing /phebls here in our community who have taught me great things. and i'm just but an ordinary san francisco citizen, but as i move through my life and accept that my life is here in san francisco i keep finding ways to be involved. i'm a mom, but i feel my first primary job should be to him, but he's use to this now. he knows i like to help community. he's doing some after school work, but he thanks you as well. i find myself as a small business owner struggling. i love to connect people to environment so that part is really good. it's really disturbing sometimes that i can have days go by with almost no foot traffic and literally seeing somebody handing out tickets to people who have come out to the district to shop. i found myself in a dilemma thinking how is this going to work. meanwhile as i work on my business there would be a crime down the street, say a 1000 p
and healthcare cost should believe saved. finally and excess tax could be [inaudible]. thank you so much. >> thank you, next speaker. >> i [inaudible] magnify the lord. [inaudible] /pw-frb he became president, he said if a baby lives through an abortion just let it die, /tko*epblt feed it, don't clothe it. during the debates about abortion he said i wouldn't want my daughter pun you punished with a little mistake. and we are in really rough shape when the president talks like that, and yet he does talk like that. i came to talk about the big event when kennedy was assassinated, he testified that it was code named the big event. the big event in the name of god was not when an adulterer was murdered by a murderer but the big event was when the lord jesus christ was murdered for our sins. [inaudible] i /spoeblg speak openly to the world [inaudible] i said nothing, why do you ask me, why don't you ask those what i've taught to them. did you say this to yourself or did others [inaudible]. >> thank you very much. >> are there any other members of the public who would like to speak? >>
people can access job, schools, work and healthcare services as well. we know there's a lot of charge challenges we know there's a lot of traffic signals and a maintenance challenge for fund ing we know that's all true we want to see this problem addressed it's very urge nt. thank you very much. >> next speaker please. >> good afternoon mr. kopel. >> good afternoon 3 items to call to your attention i understand that with a proposed june sign up there's some discussion on a fall back on m u.n. i metro. this was tried 30 years ago and did not work involves an un bound operator getting off at embarcadero waiting for the next out bound train on that same line. for a system that fills all of its daily runs with operators and equipment this this can be made to work in a system like m u.n. i this doesn't work and it has dramatic implications for passengers and as i said this was tried 30 years ago and did not work i'm happy to discuss this further if anyone is interested. the director's report did not refer to the public employee relations board decision last week which i noted in the p
in may or june of 2011 if we did not have the bailout. we would not have any money to pay foci healthcare, for a lot of the government functions that we have. and i think that we would be in a much, much worse shape. >> but some portuguese are still to be convinced that the pain they are enduring because of austerity will secure a better future. unitedntists in the states has made a breakthrough in cloning human skin cells. as could lead to better treatment of many diseases, -- this could lead to better treatment of many diseases, including parkinson's and heart problems, but it also raises ethical questions. >> the technique is not new. the results are. microscopic genetic material was taken from an adult cell, then inserted into an egg whose own dna had been stripped out. at stemates human prion cells which are capable of becoming any of the more than -- ,uman embryonic stem cells which are capable of becoming any of the more than 200 types of cells. they could help cure heart disease or even parkinson's. >> most patients don't have the ability to regenerate this tissue if it has been d
with the concept of the priority to have the housing close to transit and jobs and close to hops and healthcare facility and it remains to be seen what will be s choices and the housing types there is an expansion of the care facilities for the senior population. we think that with this framework, we are creating or providing a framework for aaccommodating that will accommodate that growing population. >> i am anticipating that as a baby boomer that will be here as soon and i don't know if avalos is on that cusp but there are two of us on this eleven member board, but thank you. >> i have always wanted to be a baby boomer. >> okay. colleagues any other comments or questions? >> we would like to thank you for your presentation, and thank you for being here, and thank you for your great work on this. this has been, abag for a couple of years and a lot of work and a lot of effort involved both of the agencies bringing this together and still a ways to go but thank you for all of your efforts. >> okay. >> this is an information item. colleagues, so we can go on to our next item. >> public comment?
by healthcare workers. registered nurses at sutter health hospitals in alameda and contra costa counties plan to strike tomorrow morning and say they will stay on picket lines for a week. that would overlap with a planned three day strike at uc san francisco by vocational nurses and our support staff. >>> well, nobody won last night's power ball drawing and the jackpot continues to grow. there was a mad rush to pick up tickets before last night's drawing but no one matched all 6 winning numbers, the next drawing is saturday, the jackpot already at 550 million dollars, the spokesperson said it could break the previous record of 587 million, here is numbers last night, 2, 11, 26th 32. >>> the palm trees there are dying from a disease. this is video from 13 years ago when the city dedicated the newly refurbished embarcadero, 22 of the 26 trees have been diagnosed with a disease and 34 others show signs of the disease, the city plans to replace the dying trees at $35,000 apiece. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we will see you the next time news breaks. send comments to comments@captio
with work with clients to secure safe housing, new employment and other networkings such as healthcare or child care. but the shelter's stay is very short -- either two or three months -- so we provide follow up -- we just want to say any support for our work is really appreciated from our community. thank you. >> thank you for what you do. next speaker. >> i'd like to thank both of the supervisor /t-r for being here today. i want to add a little bit about what we do in trying to change community attitudes and a lot of that is what we do through our volunteer training program which pros 50 new and vibrant volunteers an language advocates every year. in 40 different languages they take messages that they through the volunteer training. miss /sapblgs about violence in all families, all communities and the importance of inclusive services for all members of domestic violence. some of those experiences and some of those community generated discussions have created a safe space so that transgender m embers in those communities have felt safe and confident to reveal their identities.
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be. whether it be our tech start ups our healthcare researchers and manufacturers, a artists or poets or pioneers we are innovating when it comes to arts and science and today we honor the exporatorium who represents and only an san francisco institution that is continuing these tradition and so i am honored to add the fifth ring that will rule them all. that represents the makers and inventers that provide the exhibits, the programs and the experiences not just for this museum but really represents the very, very best of who we are as a city in our 21st century, thank you so much. >> you don't think thdavid is proud of his third district, do you? >> mr. mayor, don't take any grief about that mustache it is your signature, it would take me as long to grow one as it took to grew this exporatorium. a few interesting facts of the port of san francisco, it is 7 and a half miles long, home to fishing fleet, cruise ships and the san francisco giant's ballpark, pier 39, america's cup, a new cruise terminal that david just mentioned and many entrepreneurials business and of course this wonder
talk about potential cuts to the article access program. we are excited about healthcare reform. we are in the middle of transforming our medical clinic into a top-of-the-line services. however, we know that not everyone will be illegible for medi-cal. 75% of the adult population would not qualify because many of them are undocumented. this would mean 770 article visits would be cut, 261 adult patients with not have access to care. maximina wants to say one thing. >> (spanish) how are you today? apl (applause)>> moderator: maximina is 75 years old and comes to the clinic to get medical care because she has no access otherwise that is where she gets her medicine. that is worshiper dissipates in different activities occluding having literacy in native spanish language and also english literacy as you can see. she does arts and crafts and things that keep her healthy. please support her program. apl (applause)>> moderator: now we will go through -- perdon. the youth are here. there is a large group, will ask you to keep it short and i will tap your shoulder to let you know your
they believe our healthcare system is better. they believe as parents they are protected from political persecution if they have a u.s. citizen in the family. >> american ambassador they are are -- when a country in turmoil, americans embassy would be the first one to rescue their own resident, own citizens. >> they also want to be able to take advantage of better, less expensive ex occasional opportunities for their chldren. it's an unanswered question. >> it's been a mixed reaction, there are some readers who have said, well, this is what -- this is what makes america. that it's a melting pot, why shouldn't somebody come in from overseas and try to get a u.s. citizenship. good for us in america for being a country that people want to be in. i he the other readers that have called and say, how dare they. they are taking advantage of the 14th amendment, taking -- they're finding a waya loophole in the system to become american citizen. and shame on them for trying to do so. >> birth tourism is hardly knew, in fact it's been going on for decades. we are going to introduce you to one you
for their workers and having a staff compensated and a staff that has full healthcare and retirement benefits available to them. heath is committed to reuse waste reduction from the way they manufacture their productings to the strict standards they have for their products, this company has been leading the way in /sus stainable products for makes them a perfect candidate for this honor. it is truly a pleasure for me and a privilege to say that you are in district /tphaoeupbl, that you are in the /pheupgs and i want to open >> thank you for that introduction and welcoming us to the neighborhood. we've only been in our facility there for about a year at this point even though we are a 65-year-old company. we are located between florida and alabama street in a warehouse that used to be a laundry facility. the building was built in 1920 and that's what was there in that neighborhood. as we all know, that wasn't the case for quite a few years, but we're thrilled to be able to bring manufacturing back to this neighborhood where we eel be making ceramic tile. this is return to san francisco
the healthcare law? >> a whole bunch, paul. this is the largest social program they have been ever been asked to implement. they enforce the individual mandated to buy health insurance also to pay a tax penalty. a mandate on businesses to provide right kind of health insurance. there are 47 major changes of tax laws and they have a much larger policy making role in terms of regulation, what counts as workweek. who counts as a full time worker. >> paul: how many new workers have they asked for? >> they have asked for 1900 full time equivalent for 2014. the affordable care act is big part of the irs. that is about 700 people directly working on it and whole bunch of people brought in. >> paul: they are going to connect data from different parts of the government, big new database? >> right with the hhs they are building something they are building something called the federal data hub. >> paul: that is what we need. [ laughter ] >> if you have the right healthy care and cross that with homeland security and huge information technology. >> paul: just so i understand. if i under pay my taxes, i s
went back to my healthcare professional... that's when she suggested the lyrica. once i started taking the lyrica, the pain started subsiding. [ male announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages rves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new, or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, changes in eyesight including blurry vision, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or skin sores from diabetes. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. ask your doctor about lyrica today. it's specific treatment for diabetic nerve pain. to hear more of terry's story, visit lyrica.com. even in stupid loud places. to prove it,
will be relying on their future healthcare. is that a red flag? is eight red herring? what is it? >> it could be a red flag depending on what the investigation turns out to be. what did she know. did she know a lot and not tell congress. was he is in the middle of this. you have to have the trust of the irs as well as hhs as they implement this big, huge landmark law. the obama administration knows that. if she is tainted by this scandle, that is something they are going to have to make a decision if she is going to continue to head this office of implementing the tax provisions of the new law. the bulk is going into effect in a few months. this lab huge issue in the next election. that is something that the republicans and white house will be looking into it. >> jamie: it's interesting that you bring that up. congressional approval polls continue to be down and recent gallup poll, 16% approve of congress. do you think benghazi the a.p. hold over until the next congressional election? >> depending on where they go, they are definitely going to be going on for next several months are there goi
healthcare under obamacare. >> and this is a live look showing you the beauty of the bay. lisa argen will have your mother's day forecast in >> there is a move in sacramento to penalize companies who cut back on workers hours insurance next year when health insurance laws kick in. nannette miranda reports on the benefits and the potential risks of closing the so-called wal-mart loophole. >> my hours are being cut. >> with her schedule being reduced, full time retail associate barbara couldn't afford to buy her own healthcare anymore so she enrolled her son in a government program. >> he's on medicaid mao and i will have to enroll myself. >> they say that's a growing trend. beginning next year the federal affordable care act requires employers to provide coverage to anyone work more than 30 hours or more a week. to avoid the mandate, hours are reduced. it's forcing many low wage workers to go on taxpayer paid state programs like medical. there is a proposal to close out anyone who is trying to take advantage of the so-called wal-mart loophole. the money will go to med-a-cal. >> this e
healthcare under obamacare. a new move to penalize those companies. >> and we have a live look from our sutro cam. you see the thick, thick clouds. when will they dissipate? what temperatures can we expect for this mother's day? our meteorologist lisa argen will have your forecast in just >> there is a move in sacramento to penalize companies who cut back on workers hours to avoid providing them health insurance next year when health insurance laws kick in. abc7 capitol correspondent nannette miranda reports on the benefits and the potential risks of closing the so-called wal-mart loophole. >> my hours are being cut. >> with her schedule being reduced, full time retail associate barbara couldn't afford to buy her own healthcare anymore so she enrolled her son in a government program. >> he's on med-i-cal and i will have to enroll myself. >> critics say that's a growing trend. beginning next year the federal affordable care act requires employers to provide coverage to anyone work more than 30 hours or more a week. to avoid the mandate, hours are reduced. it's forcing many low wage workers to
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healthcare law such as enforcing fines associated with the individual mandate and determining whether people are eligible for subsidies from the government to help pay for insurance. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell releasing a report yesterday reading stunning just stunning. meanwhile during the press conference yesterday president obama says he did not know anything about the investigation into the irs program until it was made public. >>> i can assure you that i certainly did not know anything about the ig report before the ig report had been leaked through the press. >>> it is unclear if they will resign in the irs in the days to come. but they will be keeping an eye on the hearing today. >> thanks, patti ann? >> thanks, heather. now to stories you can bank on this morning. a roller-coaster for gas prices. joining us from fox business network is lauren simonetti. >> gas prices started the year at 3.29 a gallon. today your national average is $3.61 a gallon. this past month it's up $0.08 alone. one of the reasons we see the spike it has nothing to do with supply. four different re
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. the irs now is granted huge apartments of unprecedented power over our healthcare and the implementation of obamaquery. this is rotten to the core. this is arrogance. this is big government krone anyism and this is not what hard working taxpayers deserve. people deserve that government they can trust that is honest and impartial. equality before the law and that is not what we are getting here. to try and suggest this is just bureaucratic snafus we already though that is not true. >> chris: congressman, let's turn to benghazi. you say there is no doubt that the obama administration, your words no doubt, epigage engagea coverup of benghazi in their use of the talking points. president obama pointed out that susan rice appeared on the sunday talk shows and just three days later matt olson head of the national counter terrorism center told congress that it was an act of terror. take a look at what the president said. >> who executes some sort of coverup or effort to tamp things down for three days? so the whole thing defies logic. >> chris: congressman, does the president have a point there
will defend the u.s. constitution. >> i was the first attorneyttor general to challenge the federal healthcare law right hire in rich nopped. >> reporter: ken also promised to maintain virginia's conservative business climate. >> do we want a governor who undermines our right to work laws or a governor who stands up for freedom against union bosses? >> reporter: because there are only two gubernatorial elections this november, virginia and new jersey, expect buckets of national money to flow into the candidate's cawfers, particularly in virginia because here the race is likely to be quite competitive. c count on lots ofas from democrats. in rich richmond, john henrehan. >>> it comes 35 years after his father won the party's senate nomination. >>> the latest on the irs scandal now.anda there is growing concern after it was revealed the woman in charge the tax exempt division inside the irs of thes of conservative dwriewp groups is f the people in charge of implementing obama care. c >> reporter: democrats say there is not any evidence that sarah hall ingram new conservativeew groups were target
for jobs. , there is anons additional dark cloud for the healthcare law. one relates to the irs. these are the folks who are supposed to enforce the healthcare law. if you go to one of the exchanges to get insurance, the form you sent in goes to the irs. i cannot imagine the american people will be delighted to hear about the of power we have seen from the irs. who will want to entrust them with their healthcare? the irs is looking to hire additional agents to enforce the president's healthcare law. the second is that of kathleen sebelius. she has been going to private companies and asking for money to use to promote the president's health care law. this is what i call the sebelius should -- shakedown. she has been found in violation of the hatch act during the 2012 presidential election. now she is shaking down companies and executives throughout the company. why? looking for money to cover up the train wreck that is happening with the president's healthcare law. nothing scares american people like the three letters i- r-s. if the reports in the last 24 hours are true, includin
: republican lamar alexander comparing us -- trying to get information out about the healthcare bill. iran-contra -- pick one. chris lahane who was a veteran of the clinton white house said it is what we had to face but on steroids. the smallest issue can rocket around and become much bigger. then we were just talking about a string of e-mails that the white house shared with congress on march 19th. and about which house speaker john boner for the two months after, he didn't make a peep. it became bigger than watergate and iron contraand teapot dome combined. a cover-up where you didn't decide to go to the meeting or send anybody? >> i demand to see warren harding's e-mails on teapot dome. >> they didn't exist yet. >> stephanie: laura in st. paul on the obama scandals. you need to use air quotes when you say that. hello, lawrence. >> caller: you know what? the thing about this, we don't actually -- we shouldn't actually believe this. saying obama is involved in the scandal is like saying jackie robinson is going to bet on baseball. do some illegal stuff in congress. barbara jordan, she's g
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the options. >> stephanie: all right. jacki, we had someone on our last jacki's healthcare corner that asked -- they were saying they wouldn't let my mom have rehab after knee surgery because of obamacare. >> saysty sanders is the director and i wrote her a letter and said is this possible? and what kind of information are you getting about people blaming the affordable care act for limitation in services. and she wrote very specifically if this woman was not admitted as an inpatient, then she probably would not be eligible for rehab under medication. that's a standing medication allocation, and that limits what medicare will cover in general, and she said they made changes to payment rates for in-patient rehab, and quality reporting, but no changes should be linked to whether or not this woman could stay at a facility. and she said it's an unfortunate reality that after affordable health care for this. you can reach out to the medicare rights center. they do a lot of great work with this. and if you are hearing that they have trying to blame the after affordable care act
of the tea party and the passage of president's healthcare law over tea party objections. still, the tea party's growing voice puts in the cross hairs of many on the left. [inaudible] >> i think their astro turf. you be the judge of carrying swastikas and symbols like that to town meeting on healthcare. >> megyn: around this very same time, the inspector general now tells us the irs begins, quote, inappropriately targeting conservative leaning groups who are seeking tax exempt status, calling into question the irs's mandated impartiality. that from the ig. the tax agency targeted conservative groups with quote: unnecessary burdensome questions, end quote. about matters it had no right to ask about like their donors. the politics of those who were tied to the organization and any plans anyone connected to these groups seeking tax exempt status had to run for office. while the irs focused initially on groups with the words tea party in their names, it expanded the criteria inappropriately in the words of the i.g. to include groups with the words patriots or 9/12 in their names. those conc
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. and their last pay raise was in 2009. workers are asking for wage increases. along with pension healthcare coverage. centerplate is the concession company subcontracted by the giants. it made an offer of a 25-cent an hour wage increase for two years, and a 500-dollar signing bonus. >>" fair with us." centerplate and "unite here local 2" have met at the bargaining table five times this year. scheduled for next week. the company says giants fans can expect uninterrupted service. if there is a strike, the concession stands will be staffed by management and non profit volunteers. the first ever bottle rock music festival is in its last day in napa. fans. in the sights and sounds. thousands showed up in the warm spring weather to see their favorite bands play on the fields of the napa county fairgrounds. several stages were set up to satisfy the hunger of the rock and roll fans on saturday. janes addiction was a big hit and the crowd went wild as the band played favorites from their long list of top selling songs. while music was the main attraction, food and wine were just as important to the
. when i went back to my healthcare professional... that's when she suggested the lyrica. once i started taking the lyrica, the pain started subsiding. [ male announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages rves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new, or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, changes in eyesight including blurry vision, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or skin sores from diabetes. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. ask your doctor about lyrica today. it's specific treatment for diabetic nerve pain. to hear more of terry's story, visit lyrica.com. [ male anuncer ] osteo bi-flex he
? are these people who are in healthcare and want to do business with the government or want to do -- i'm wondering about conflicts ever interest. thinking maybe if we hustle a private organization for cash they think they will get more business in healthcare. is there any suggestion that, you know, these are just the wrong people as well to look for money? >> more than a suggestion. the new york times on monday and the washington post the day before said that she's raising money. sometimes in the million dollars category from health insurance, people she regulates. so you are raising money from people you regulate, that's one problem. >> that's a big problem. that's a conflict. >> that's a conflict of interest and that's what's happening. and it may not seem like as big a problem to make an end run on congress but it's other a pattern we've been seeing. just like the president making recess appointments from the senate is in recess. the fonders didn't want a king. they created congress and bill of rights to stop the king. and these end runs around congress are specifically illegal. >> senator, i'm
to spend a billion bucks on innovation to strengthen that healthcare law to oklahoma senator coburn, to now stop. very good to have you. this is still going, you know, full throttle to get the irs involved in the implementation of enforcing a lot of these financial provisions and cost provisions within the new health care law. do you think they should slow down on that or what? >> there is 49 separate areas of health care law that the irs, who has proven itself not to be impartial in terms of political philosophy, probing into every aspect of american people's lives. so i think the question remains open. the fact is we've had severe abuse of power ongoing with this irs denial of appropriate benefits. these are really serious times and the really sad part about it is as americans we're already pretty cynical about the effectiveness of washington and the agencies that we have set up and here is one that we're supposed to be able to trust and obviously you can't. and i think a lot more is going to come out. we're going to have to get to the bottom of it. when the former commissioner of the irs
for the irs to enforce the healthcare law. bret? >> mike, is there any sense that the president, in just a matter of moments a as we look live at the east room in the white house, will be announcing that someone's leaving the irs? is there any sense that's already been determined? >> there has been bipartisan calls on capitol hill for heads to roll. we heard sandra levin in the piece there, the top democrat on the ways and means committee, a serious guy, essentially saying it's gross mismanagement, it's time for changes. we've talked to people up here. they expect that the president may be announcing changes, but nobody wanted to step out in front of the president to say definitely that would be changes coming to the irs. bret? >> bret: again, the calls on both sides of the aisle, important to point that out. >> absolutely. >> bret: okay. thank you, mike. as again we wait for the president and his remarks at the white house we, bring in our panel tonight, or at least part of it. judge andrew napolitano, fox news senior judicial analyst and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. we wer
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on one particular aspect of our healthcare system. that is once again, because of the extreme craziness and neglect in washington dc, we are going to be taking yet another huge cut to hiv/aids services and prevention in san francisco perhaps up to 7 million dollars. years ago when the federal government was nowhere to be found with this epidemic we went it alone and created our own system of care and prevention and making sure we were addressing the epidemic. now as the federal government continues to retreat and to treat, we are in a way having to go added somewhat alone again in last year mr. mayor the district i represent which is so heavily impacted, you backfilled every single penny of those cuts and mr. mayor, i am so appreciative of that. we are working together with the community and we'll hear from some organizations who work with hiv issues to make sure we don't backslide, that we don't see increasing infection rate, that we don't see people getting sick. that is going to be a key priority. also in matthew we need to refocus on what i call the bones of our city. the ve
at the -- violate you at healthcare. liberals don't violate us at bedroom and then crawl up your ass. >> you are terrible. >> remember this, targeting conservative groups. $179,000 that is salary plus bonus. 2010, $200,000. 2012, $203,000. salary plus $103,000 in bonuses. >> this woman should go. >> if she were in the private sector she would be getting paid for the responsibility three times that. >> bob: you point out about people in government. senior executives, she may not be very good one but you can't keep them unless you pay a decent salary. >> eric: she was breaking the rules. >> let's give they are her something. let her take the money and leave. either do a good job or leave. >> they didn't know anything about it. it was employees in cincinnati that dreamed this up. it's not true. and career civil ser vantsd are going to be where they are going to be. i think there is a serious problem with pushing obamacare on the american people, having the irs shall in charge of it. being at the helm when the irs goes in scandal mode and expect they are going to implement obamacare? that is pol
out. because you get to begin to apply for these healthcare exchanges, supermarkets for affordable health insurance, starting in october, and then it kicks in next year. there is obviously a lot of work in making sure you set all of that. i think the end result will be a -- will be more people will get access to affordable health care, but there are obviously a lot of things that be done to make sure they are ready, and i think the administration is working very hard to get to that point. >> are you confident they will be ready? >> i am confident they're working really hard to do it. the challenge is that a lot of states with republican governors decided they did not want to help. they did not want to be partners in setting up these exchanges. which means that, in all those states, the federal government will come in and help set up the exchange. it's kind of ironic. the public and governors said they do not want the federal government participating, yet by refusing to participate, it means the federal government will be setting up the exchanges in those states. ,hereas in my state
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is the same agency that the president is going to entrust with your healthcare information because it's going to be in charge of enforcing obama care. >> oh, no, look there is no doubt about it, you know, senator leahy in vermont has come out and said -- that was on the other one, the ap story, but i mean that's the whole problem here, there are two of these right now where there is bi-partisan support. benghazi is a different thi inch thing. it's become so politicized and both sides are throwing barbs at each other. all of them we'll get to the bottom of them over time but we will not get quick answers on any of the three i don't think and that is going to bog the administration down where it doesn't want to be, defense instead of proactively getting its agenda passed. jon: it is hard to sometimes keep these three pot boilers separate, but for instance in the ap scandal, the attorney general himself, eric holder, president obama's right hand man and the nation's top law enforcement officer, he had to approve, personally, the collecting of these phone records, not only from ap offices, but al
as a public health nurse again. but it is the ability to have prevented healthcare. when i was a school nurse for many years in my community, it was very clear to me which kids had regular checkups and had a family that if you had a conference about not just an emergency accident because you can always go to a clinic. although that is very stressful if you don't have health insurance, but for the problems that arise, how is this going to be addressed long term? it was clear which families have access to health care and which did not. and i just knew that we needed to provide access for all people, and this is a big step in that direction. >> host: lois capps with us to talk about the vote that took place yesterday and about the rollout of the affordable care act. you can ask her questions on both here are the numbers 202-58-5388 ciro for democrats, (202)585-3881 for republicans, (202)585-3882 for independent and you can send a tweet and e-mail as well. the house is in today, so ms. capps will be staying with us until that time and the representative will take your questions. we start with the
living. >> this week's republican address criticize the president's health-care law. maryland congressman andy harris said that obama care could raise insurance rates for average americans. he also believes it will cost jobs across the country. >> a commuter train crashed in connected has a more than 60 people to the hospital. accident happened last night on the metro north railroad, which serves the new york city suburbs. passengers described a terrifying scene of crunching metal and flying bodies. six people remained in critical condition. as a result, amtrak has suspended service indefinitely if between new york and boston. >> the 2013 tour of california cycling race is now in the bay area for the final three stages. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news of stage six just a day in santa rosa. the cyclist and begin the 750 mi. race for california last sunday. it all ends in santa rosa tomorrow. kron4 charles clifford shows us the route. >> after race starts the golden gate bridge will be temporarily shclosed down. that will follow highway one and writers will tur
the power and our healthcare system should belong to patients and their families, not politicians and certainly not the tax man. americans should be able to choose the coverage they need at a cost they can afford. the president health care law turns the equation and in many ways our lives upside down. it requires america to buy government approved plans that cover all kinds of services you may not need. instead of keeping your coverage like president obama promised, millions will be forced off the plan they like. instead of the lower cost you were promised, you could pay a lot more. according to new data from the nations insurers, under obamacare, premiums and individual market will skyrocket by by an average of double what we pay now with some rates rising by more than 400%. because employers can't afford obamacare, they are not hiring new workers. many are actually cuttin hours for their workers, making it harder for small businesses to higher in the last thing we need during one of the slowest economic recoveries and american history. it's no wonder one of the laws in the senat
for the president's agenda but for the application of the first term agenda which is to say his healthcare law. >> shannon: and there has been a lot of discussion about the fact that at one point the person who was heading up the tax exempt organization issue sarah hall ingram is now heading up the enforcement arm of the irs when it comes to the affordability care act which really is the enforcement is the way that the act lives. >> it is the center of his law because it is there the mechanism, the irs is the mechanism by which people will be compelled, forced to purchase health insurance and that is kind of the deal. that is the whole point of this law is to compel people to purchase insurance even though they don't want to to help insurance companies make more money to cover people that the insurance companies don't want to. there is no specific allegation that this woman had engaged in any wrongdoing but you it talks about how a scandal of this magnitude where you have the political enemies of the president targeted by the least popular least trusted agency in the federal government. when y
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healthcare. as a society, we are finally beginning to change that. those of you who are under age 26 already have the option to stay on your parents healthcare plan. but all of you are heading into an economy where many young people expect not only to have multiple jobs, but multiple careers. starting october 1, because of the affordable care act, otherwise known as obamacare, you will be able to shop for a quality, affordable land that is yours and travels with you. a plan that will insure not only your health, but your dreams that if you are sick or get into an accident, but we are going to be doctors to make sure it works also. we have to make sure everyone has good health in this country. it's not just good for you, it's good for this country. you have to spread the word to your fellow young people. which brings me to the second point. just as morehouse taught you to expect more of yourself, inspire those who look up to you to expect more of themselves or it we know that too many young men and our communities continue to make bad choices. growing up, i made quite a few myself. off my own
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her own healthcare anymore so she enrolled her son in a government program. >> he's on med-i-cal and i will have to enroll myself. >> critics say that's a growing trend. beginning next year the federal affordable care act requires employers to provide coverage to anyone work more than 30 hours or more a week. to avoid the mandate, hours are reduced. it's forcing many low wage workers to go on taxpayer paid state programs like med-i-cal. >> i don't think that's right. >> jimmy gomez has a measure, a proposal to penalize anyone who is trying to take advantage of the so-called wal-mart loophole. the money will go to med-i-cal. if the problem isn't fixed, he estimates the taxpayers will have to pick up the tab of over 400,000 californians. >> the nonfederal-state portion of medical will continue to squeeze out all other programs. education, public safety, you name the program, it will be squeezed out. >> company deny hours are being reduced to circumvent the law. opponents, including wal-mart, are teaming up to fight the proposed penalty. they say there's already a federal penalty in place
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litigation. it also for some to pay u.s. states $10 billion a year to help -- for healthcare compensation. after the buyout, many farmers in kentucky turned to other products, such as dairy. most of the money the state receives from the agreement has been spent on retraining them. despite its dependency on tobacco, kentucky spends $2.1 million annually on anti- smoking programs. the cdc says more than $57 million is needed to be effective. this doctor has been pushing for a smoking ban in kentucky. she says tobacco lobbyist in the kentucky farm bureau have convinced state politicians to reject anti-smoking legislation. >> seven out of 10 kentuckians say we should have this law. it is not that the public does not want it. it is the power of the special interests. it is certainly the political will that we need in frankfurt to make a difference. aftern james is taking his father and working on this farm, but not relying on tobacco to make money. he is using the land to diversify into other agricultural production, and he is betting on a smoke-free future. al jazeera, kentucky. >> cuba's ong
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